Chase Fleming Death – Active Houston fire department Firefighter Chase Fleming of Station 40 has died. He passed away on August 17, 2023, after a tragic incident. His death was confirmed by the Houston professional fire fighter Association today. The actual cause of his passing is yet to be released to the public by his family members who are still in shock since the time that he was pronounced dead.
What happened to Chase Fleming?
Chase Fleming was a Infantry Team Leader with over ten years of experience and an established history of working in the defense industry. He was capable in the areas of management, communication, decision-making, and building teams as well as interpersonal skills. Chase Fleming graduated from Crosby High School as a strong military and protective services professional.
Matthew Seedorff posted on Facebook about the death of Chase Fleming, a Houston Firefighter stating that “RIP: Houston Firefighter Chase Fleming. The 24-year-old firefighter died off-duty after an incident this morning. Fleming was a 15 month veteran of HFD”
Read also: Body found dead at Blackhawk Park on Fuqua Street
On Saturday in the southeast portion of Houston, a woman who was walking her dogs in the park discovered a stunning find. According to her, a man who appeared to be asleep was actually dead after having been shot. Rhonda O’Sullivan told ABC13 that she discovered the body that morning at Blackhawk Park on Fuqua Street when one of her dogs started howling and alerted her to a man lying on the bleachers. The park is located on Fuqua Street.
She claims that she went to rouse the man up since she thought he was sleeping despite the fact that it was growing hotter. When she arrived at the scene, she claims to have seen the victim covered in blood and suffering from many gunshot wounds.
According to the Houston Police Department, officers arrived at the scene of the fatal shooting at approximately 7:05 a.m. After being dispatched, the emergency medical personnel pronounced the victim dead. O’Sullivan stated that she knew the victim to be a homeless man since he frequented the area where the incident happened. The victim, who is 29 years old, as well as any suspects in the incident have not been identified by the HPD.
The Homicide Division of the Houston Police Department can be reached at 713-308-3600, and anybody with information on this investigation is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
Chase Fleming obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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